CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 23, 2011
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(El Segundo, California: Bill Whitaker) The latest estimates on when and where debris from NASA’s falling satellite will hit the Earth featured; scenes of the satellite in space and animations shown. [Aerospace Corp. Bill AILOR- says it could fall anywhere on the planet.] [Tulsa resident Lottie WILLIAMS- recalls being hit by space junk in 1997.] [Griffith Observatory director Ed KRUPP- says this was the satellite that pinned down the depletion of the ozone hole.]
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